Symptoms of a Heartbreak
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"A rom-com with heart." --People
"Informative and thought-provoking. Charaipotra... delicately balances the haunting realities of grief and despair with a nuanced lightness and warmth." --Entertainment Weekly
"Charaipotra masterfully delivers a rich, multi-layered story, sprinkled with news articles, texts, and sarcastic diagnoses that are well worth the reading." --NPR
"Fans of YA contemporary don't want to miss this one." --Buzzfeed
"A smart, tender and thoughtful exploration of loving in the face of heartbreaking circumstances."
--Nicola Yoon, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of Everything Everything and The Sun Is Also a Star
"Saira's antics as a female, Indian American Doogie Howser kept me glued to the edge of my seat from the first page to the last. Symptoms of a Heartbreak is the summer rom-com to add to your list!"
--Sandhya Menon, New York Times-bestselling author of When Dimple Met Rishi
"Tender, insightful, and full of hope. Readers will fall in love with Girl Genius Saira, who is fierce, brilliant, flawed, and utterly relatable. Her journey reminds us that the human heart is fragile but has strength beyond measure. Doctor's Orders: Read Symptoms of a Heartbreak STAT."
--Samira Ahmed, New York Times-bestselling author of Love, Hate & Other Filters and Internment
"Equal parts compelling and charming, this pitch-perfect rom-com is just what the doctor ordered! Symptoms of a Heartbreak is absolutely unputdownable."
--Julie Murphy, #1 New York Times-bestselling author of Dumplin'
"Symptoms of a Heartbreak is the book I always wanted, and desperately needed, when I was growing up. Sona proves that she's a master storyteller who has gifted readers with unforgettable characters, a page-turning conflict, and a story that will stay in your heart long after it's over."
--Nisha Sharma, author of My So-Called Bollywood Life
"Saira's extended Indian-American family adds lively warmth to the medical drama." --Publishers Weekly
"A charming debut... offering rich, nuanced portrayals of Indian American family and professional life." --Kirkus Reviews
"A warm, bitingly funny rom-com about finding your feet." --Booklist
"Grey's Anatomy meets When Dimple Met Rishi in this medical romance centered around America's youngest doctor... Give to fans of romance and medical dramas such as John Green's The Fault in Our Stars." --School Library Journal